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Trigger (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama | 30 April 2011 (USA)
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Ten years after ending their partnership as rock musicians, two women become re-acquainted in the course of one night.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Vic
... Kat
... Host
... Waiter #2
... Rocker Chick #1
... Rocker Chick #3
Mallary Davenport ... Crazy Girl
... Hillary
... Beebee
Adam Barrett ... Honey
... Waiter #1
... Brian
Marline Yan ... Rocker Chick #2
... Rocker Chick
... Billy


Trigger is the story of two rock n' roll women who once shared a friendship, a band and a whole lot of chaos. Now a dozen years later they meet again, and over the course of one evening rediscover friendship, remember rock n'roll and reignite chaos. Written by Anonymous

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Executive producers Callum Keith Rennie and Hugh Dillon were supposed to play the lead roles when this was initially envisioned as a sequel to Hard Core Logo (1996). The script was later rewritten as a reunion for two women musicians. See more »


Vic: This is love: I secretly believe that I'm unlovable, and then I meet you. You tell me that you love me. I love you because you love me, but that has nothing to do with you; it's about you loving me. I only love you because I imagine myself unlovable, and you, against all odds, love me. And then, and some point, you do something that makes me think that you don't love me, which I'm more ready to believe than you loving me because I'm unlovable, so I stop loving you; I only love you because you ...
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Follows Hard Core Logo (1996) See more »

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If you watch it, the performance was worth catching
16 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

5/15/18. 83 minutes was just about the right length to watch this extremely emotionally difficult movie of two women trying to reconnect on an emotional level. One is never sure what kind of a relationship they had before this movie takes place, except maybe it was intense and drug-addled. As they bicker at each other for most of the movie you get a glimpse of what probably kept them together. As they get up on stage and gave an impromptu performance in the present, you can feel the electricity between them that all but dissipated once they got off the stage. The performance was probably the only thing worth watching.

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